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Book chapter

Terror War: Complicity and Responsibility

P. 154-170.

We tend to define terrorism as an action or practice that leads us to the moral assessment of terrorism. However, moral interpretation of terrorism appears to be incomplete because terrorism exceeds the moral boundaries and reveals itself primarily as a political issue. Terrorism as a phenomenon of political life should be understood in terms of political philosophy. In this context, the question of participants and accomplices of terrorism becomes fundamentally important. The article focuses on this problem, solving which we would be able to construct a more complete notion of terrorism and answer the question of responsibility, which arises in connection with terrorism.